The #Resistance has welcomed to the fight against Trump the most disastrous president since Buchanan. It’s only deluding itself.
She is victorious again after 12 years in power, but some of her supporters are dismayed by the gains of the AfD, the first far-right party to enter parliament in over 50 years.
Scapegoating immigrants absolves the true culprits -- neoliberal capitalism and corporate greed -- from blame. But this is too simplistic.
Rep. Steve King of Iowa goes full-on racist again, supporting hate-speech master Geert Wilders in the Dutchman's quest to reverse globalization and ban Muslim immigration.
The Syrian refugee crisis has fanned the flames of right-wing extremism in Bulgaria, signaling yet more nationalistic political sentiment in Europe. No one’s predicting a return of the 1930s rise of fascism, but the parallels are disturbing.
Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders' words are coming back to haunt him -- in court. Wilders, an ultra-right-wing member of the Netherlands parliament, has drawn fire in recent years for his vocal anti-Islam stance, which he has expressed both in cinematic form and in what prosecutors in Amsterdam allege is hate speech.
Conservative Dutch politician Geert Wilders certainly isn't helping resolve religious and cultural tensions within his country with the release of his short film "Fitna" (running time 17 minutes), which portrays Islam in an extremely negative light. According to the BBC, the Dutch government "has distanced itself" from Wilders' views. Good idea.